Nigerian Man allegedly murders his employer, flees with her valuables in Oyo
Nigerian man allegedly murders his employer, female politician Mrs Bolaji Agunbiade, and flees with her valuables in Oyo State It was gathered that the suspect, Dare Rotimi, who hails from Ile Oluji in Ondo State, allegedly killed the woman in her home located in the Ologun-Eru area of Ibadan around midnight on Sunday, July 25. According to a source, the incident happened three days ago in…
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A lovely way to start the morning is passing our neighbor’s pandemic doodle on our morning walk. My dogs? Curious about dog they’ve not yet met. Pandemic doodle? Aggressive growling & barking. Zombie: Immediately ready to throw hands. Slash: still curious. Sigurd: tail tucked in flight mode bc dogs barking at him =bad.
I started watching shaman king for yoh x anna content and there’s good food bbbb
Not the gymnastics commentator talking about brazilian football in the 70s instead of what's actually happening i hate bein sports
i have definitely spent too much time on olympics tiktok but uh, what if i were to write an olympics au for 911
I’m fully in the camp of
“Rose had good intentions as he became Chairman. He came from humble beginnings so he wanted to help others.
Slowly, the power warped him. He forgot why he became Chairman. He dropped his original intentions in favor of his ambitions and desire to be seen as a hero.
He never abused people. He did abuse his wealth and influence to control things and it led him to use people like pawns more and more, manipulating them, including people he actually cares about like Leon. He thinks what he’s doing is right and it isn’t until Leon fails to capture Eternatus and gets hurt that he snaps out of it.
Also, Oleana and Rose enabled each other’s vision and delusions.”
Which I find compelling because:
- it’s bitter for Leon to know that Rose cares about him. It certainly wasn’t enough to stop him from using Leon in his plans and or trying to shift the blame onto him.
- it complicates the relationship between them. Rose did genuinely help Leon find his potential and become a strong trainer. He also endangered Galar, lied to many people, and eventually saw Leon more as a part of his plans than the young man he mentored until it was too late.
- I love the ‘too little, too late’ with Rose stepping back as League Chairman.
- it’s likely that Rose saw a part of himself in Bede - humble beginnings -, which is why he agreed to endorse him. But like with Leon, his ambitions overshadowed everything else and his plans took priority to any bond.
- anybody and everybody can go corrupt, no matter the intentions. It’s about the sway of power.
- it highlights the parallels between Eternatus and Leon as cogs in the same plan of Rose’s. (Also, heck yeah, shout-out to Pokemon Masters for making Leon and Eternatus a sync pair!!)
I have just come off a 28hr shift in which I spent most of the time dealing with police officers so pls keep me in your thoughts and prayers
The Deimos simps have found me
Oof Asil hands down on dismount
Just rewatched the episode on s5 where Sam and Dean go back in time to stop Anna from killing John and Mary, and I'm now completely convinced that the hatred of John Winchester is steeped entirely in a Chuck-like disregard for the autonomy of Sam and Dean.
Like, you don't respect these characters enough to even try to understand why they would - and *do*, over and over again - forgive him? Really?
They say it over and over again; it was messed up but they get it. They knew he did the best he could. They knew he never wanted any of that for them. They knew that he failed a whole bunch, but neither one of them ever for a moment doubted that he loved them. Why do you?
Like, this is explicitly stated in canon several times. Sam and Dean were John's weakness, he loved them more than anything. He hated the life he gave them. They knew that.
John did some bad things, but he never hurt them. He was not abusive, he never put them at unnecessary risk, he always came back.
This fandom does John dirty and in doing so, they relegate Sam and Dean as helpless victims of their father. They weren't. They were complicated people who loved each other and did the best they could under literally impossible circumstances.
Which is the epitome of disrespect to these characters.